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Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal made no mistakes in Shanghai opener Video

Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro survived a scare as he battled past Georgian qualifier Nikoloz Basilashvili Federer catches Metro ahead of Shanghai Rolex Masters
Alejandro Castrejon | Octubre 12, 2017, 00:56

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But of course I was happy to have that break in the 3-2 in the sixth game.

World number one Rafael Nadal said on Tuesday he savours each victory more than ever after returning to peak form this year following a succession of injuries.

Last week, Nadal had extended his winning run to 12 straight after defeating Australia's Nick Kyrgios 6-2, 6-1 in what turned out to be a one-sided summit clash in Beijing. Kyrgios lost the next point and then started to complain and curse, which earned him an audible obscenity code violation.

The Shanghai ATP World Tour Masters 1000 rolls into town for the Shanghai Rolex Masters, and the Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena courts are once again graced with the best 77 players in the world.

The French Open and US Open champion added the China Open to his 2017 trophy haul on Sunday.

And in between the rain drops, David Goffin win streak of nine was snapped as Gilles Simon took down the Belgian. "But there remains work to do".

Playing very aggressive with the backhand/forehand. Will be No. 1 four times in my career end of the season with so many years of difference I think is something very difficult.

This article was produced by the Scroll marketing team on behalf of Kimberly- Clark Professional* and not by the Scroll editorial team. In the end, a 14th ace moved Federer onto a round-of-16 match against qualifier Alexandr Dolgopolov.

"I knew Ryan was going to hit a risk or just play a solid point", said Dimitrov.

"It's nice to see him keeping going".

Starting the year ranked a relatively lowly 17th in the world, Federer beat Nadal in the Australian Open final in January and then won a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon in July without dropping a set.

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